Considering the recent controversy surrounding ARTY in regards to derivative works, his latest tweet may come as a surprise to some. The Russian DJ/producer has given high praise to a song Swedish House Mafia debuted in Stockholm, expressing that he hopes to remix the single.
The song, whose working title is "Underneath It All," hinges around a vocal from an as-yet-unnamed male vocalist. "Underneath it all” ... is one of the most beautifully written songs I’ve ever heard in my life," tweeted ARTY (real name Artem Stoliarov). "Those lyrics will be timeless. My dream would come true to do the remix for this song."
Swedish House Mafia revealed last year that new music was on the way several months after reuniting for the first time at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. They also began announcing 2019 tour stops across the globe, of which the first three took place at Stockholm's Tele2 Arena this past weekend.
ARTY has yet to disclose an official release date for his remix of Swedish House Mafia's Stockholm ID, if it ends up happen in the first place.
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